PlantsFlowering PlantsOlive FamilyAsh — Genus Fraxinus
Tree. Leaves opposite, pinnately compound. Fruit is a samara.
White Ash
White Ash —  Fraxinus americana [1,2,3]
Leaflets (5 or) 7 (or 9), deep green above, pale/whitish below. Petioles of lateral leaflets 3-14mm. Flowering Feb-Mar. Wing ends about where fruit begins.
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Mexican Ash —  Fraxinus berlandieriana [1]
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Carolina Ash —  Fraxinus caroliniana [1]
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Fragrant Ash —  Fraxinus cuspidata [1]
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Gregg's Ash —  Fraxinus greggii [1]
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Chihuahuan Ash —  Fraxinus papillosa [1]
Green Ash
Green Ash —  Fraxinus pennsylvanica [1,2,3]
Leaflets 5 or 7, bright green above, lighter green below. Petioles of lateral leaflets 0-7mm. Flowering Feb-Mar. Wing extends over half way on fruit body.
Texas White Ash
Texas White Ash —  Fraxinus texensis [1,3]
Leaflets 5 (or 7), whitish below, usually wide to round. Petioles of lateral leaflets 3-14mm. Flowering Feb-Mar. Wing ends about where fruit begins.
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Velvet Ash —  Fraxinus velutina [1]
Evidence that species is found in Texas:
  1. USDA Plants Database, advanced search for Texas plants from the United States Department of Agriculture.
  2. Atlas of the Vascular Plants of Texas, Volume 1, B.L. Turner, Holly Nichols, Geoffrey Denny and Oded Doron, Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT), Fort Worth, Texas, 2003.
  3. Rick's iNaturalist observations, nature observations of Richard K. Murphy. Identifications are not necessarily confirmed by other users.